• Sep 07, 2016

    Hosting Agreements in Florida (Revisited)

    Jason L. Molder  Attorney
    As I rewrite and refresh this article – a piece that I wrote in 2009 – I stand in awe as to how much has changed with respect to the internet, and how both individuals and businesses alike use it.
    Full story
    • cloud
    • data protection
    • data storage
    • hosting
    • hosting provider
    • hosted services
  • Dec 05, 2014

    A New Year Brings a New Minimum Wage in Florida

    Matthew F. Hall Employment Law Attorney
    As we wind down the calendar year and begin to prepare for 2015, there are several things we must keep in mind—including the new minimum wage that takes effect on January 1, 2015.
    Full story
    • u.s. department of labor
    • florida department of economic opportunity
    • 2015
    • florida
    • minimum wage
  • Nov 14, 2014

    P3s - Public-Private Partnerships and the Future of Construction Projects - Part 1

    Nicole D. Walsh Litigation Attorney
    B. Ben Dachepalli Construction & Design Attorney
    Florida’s new public-private partnership law, codified in section 287.05712, Florida Statutes, brings these contractual agreements to the forefront for many construction and real estate lawyers. This two-part series of blog posts will discuss public-private partnerships and how the new law will affect these projects in Florida.
    Full story
    • public private partnership
    • p3
  • Nov 12, 2014

    A CGL Carrier’s Duty to Defend is defined by the Complaint, Or Is It?

    Erik P. Raines Construction  Attorney
    One of the most important aspects of construction defect cases is the participation of the defending parties’ commercial general liability (CGL) insurance carriers.
    Full story
    • cgl
    • commercial general liability
    • composite structures
    • duty to defend
    • construction
  • Nov 07, 2014

    Florida’s New LLC Act: What You Need to Do Between Now and the End of the Year

    The State of Florida recently revised its existing Limited Liability Company Act and a new LLC Act went into effect on January 1 of this year. With only two months remaining in the year, now is the time to consult with your legal advisors to determine whether revisions to the organizational documents of your limited liability companies are necessary to keep your entity in compliance with the new law.
    Full story
    • client alert
    • limited liability company act
    • LLC
  • Nov 05, 2014

    Lien Law "Pop Quiz" 2

    Emily W. Morrell Construction Attorney
    Erik P. Raines Construction  Attorney
    Florida’s lien law, codified in Florida Statutes Chapter 713, can often be a source of confusion for owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and lenders. Part 2 of a series of blog posts testing your knowledge on some of the lien issues.
    Full story
    • final furnishing
    • worn statements
    • laborer
    • nto
    • lienor
    • notice to owner
    • lien law
  • Oct 31, 2014

    Everybody (Backstreet's Back, Alright)! The Backstreet Boys Settle Bankruptcy Claims in the Lou Pearlman case.

    The Backstreet Boys recently settled their claims again the group's creator Lou Pearlman, who is currently serving a 25 year prison sentence.
    Full story
    • claim
    • bankruptcy
    • lou pearlman
    • backstreet boys
  • Oct 29, 2014

    Issues in Negotiating Large Office Leases- Part 5

    Scott W. Dibbs Real Estate Attorney
    Delays that occur in the timing and logistics of building out space for a large office tenant and relocating tenants can increase the chance that a large tenant's new location will not be ready by the time their lease expires, exposing the tenant to the risk of a very costly holdover situation.
    Full story
    • building
    • negotiating a lease
    • delays
    • tenant
    • holdover
  • Oct 24, 2014

    Lien Law "Pop Quiz"

    Emily W. Morrell Construction Attorney
    Erik P. Raines Construction  Attorney
    Florida’s lien law, codified in Florida Statutes Chapter 713, can often be a source of confusion for owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and lenders. Part 1 of a series of blog posts testing your knowledge on some of the lien issues.
    Full story
    • tenant improvements
    • notice of commencement
    • florida statutes chapter 713
    • pop quiz
    • lien law
  • Oct 22, 2014

    A Condo is Not a Lot

    Ryan J. Leuthauser Litigation Attorney
    On September 30, President Obama signed into law an amendment to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act of 1968, commonly referred to as ILSA.
    Full story
    • interstate land sales full disclosure act
    • ilsa

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